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5-YEAR GROUP LEADER POSITION
IN HUMAN PLURIPOTENT STEM
A 5-year research-only position as
Research Group Leader is available at
the Norwegian Center for Stem Cell
Research ( www.stemcellnorway.org).
Candidates should have substantial
experience in the field of human
pluripotent stem cell biology and
a strong motivation to establish an
internationally competitive research
program with clear synergies to existing
research groups at the Center. Funding
is guaranteed at 2.5 million NOK per
year for 5 years (which includes own
salary) and will be expected to be
supplemented by additional extramural
funding. The Group Leader will be
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core facility for production of human
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information contact Center Director
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no or +47-22851135 (Anne Kibsgaard).
Deadline June 1, 2011.
The Department of Pharmacology &
Experimental Therapeutics at the Boston
University School of Medicine is seeking to
recruit a new faculty member at the assistant,
associate or full professor level with an innovative program in addiction and substance abuse
research. Scientists with an interest in basic or
translational sciences, bridging clinical and
basic disciplines, are encouraged to apply. The
department has strength in a broad range of
research technologies and seeks to expand its
capabilities in order to enhance the understanding of mechanisms underlying addiction and
the discovery of transformational therapeu-tics.Th e Department of Pharmacology (http:
// www.bumc.bu.edu/busm-pm) administers
an active university-wide training program in
Biomolecular Pharmacology that is supported by
an NIGMS T32, awarding a PhD in Pharmacology & Experimental Therapeutics or combined
degrees in Pharmacology-Biomedical Neuroscience. The incumbent will be expected to take a
significant role in the teaching of neuropharma-cology to medical, dental, and doctoral students;
and participate in the formation of an Addiction
Research Center at Boston University.
Please send your CV, a description of future
research, and up to three peer-reviewed publications as .pdf files to: Chair, Neuropharmacol-ogy Search Committee, < email@example.com>.
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